Lecture support is available to students with a disability who need adjustments or support to be able to fully participate in lectures. Possible forms of lecture support can include:
- Notes supplied by lecturer
- Copies of overheads
- Audiotapes of lecturers (held in library or with Department)
- Audio loops
- Use of FM audio system
- Sign language interpreters
- Placement of ergonomic furniture
The Disability Support Service facilitates the process of lecture support; however, once established this support may be located in other areas on campus such as the libraries, school or faculty offices, direct from lecturers or through the Adaptive Technology Centre.
Documentation from your doctor or specialist outlining this specific need may be required to support your application. The Disability Support Service wants to ensure that students receive appropriate accommodation and support for their studies. Students are encouraged to discuss any difficulties with the Disability Liaison Officer.